Patient lawsuits stemming from misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis carry substantial financial implications.
Our work with NHS Resolution is improving patient safety and is linked to a reduction in avoidable harm and clinical negligence claims.
A big focus for us is to help authors from low and lower-middle-income countries (LMICs) get published in their journal of choice.
In 2022, 55.9% of all LMIC-originated research was published open access, up from 36.4% in 2021.
Our flagship journal, The BMJ, is 4th of 167 journals in the JCR Medicine, General & Internal category when ranked by Impact Factor and by total number of citations.
It has been helping doctors make better decisions since 1840.
The BMJ has been raising awareness about the climate crisis since the 1990s.
Today we align our editorial voice with our internal operational practices, and show doctors and other health professionals how they can play a key role in making change.
Everything we do at BMJ is to support health professionals to improve their practice and deliver the best care through better evidence, better decisions, and better systems.
In our latest impact report, we have benchmarked where there have been improvements as a direct result of the work we have undertaken during the past year.
Achieving improved health outcomes is a constant process, and we will never stop seeking to improve the impact we have.
Are you a funder, academic, or corporate organisation keen to discover the real-world impact of your research? We've collaborated with Overton to develop a unique and powerful research impact tool to do just that.
BMJ Impact Analytics allows you to access direct links to patient outcomes and provides citations in context. It is the first tool on the market that focuses on health and social care. Ask us for a demo and learn how it will benefit your institution or organisation: https://impactanalytics.bmj.com/contact/
BMJ is helping to improve health outcomes and create a healthier world. See the difference we made during the past year in our latest impact report.
As a name, BMJ does not stand for the British Medical Journal. It extends beyond the journal as an acronym with a name in its own right.
As a values-driven organisation, our name is simply BMJ. We are most well known for publishing The BMJ (frequently referred to as the British Medical Journal).
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BMJ is wholly owned by the British Medical Association (BMA), the professional association and trade union for doctors in the United Kingdom.
The BMA grants editorial freedom to The BMJ's Editor-in-Chief, Dr Kamran Abbasi. The views expressed in the journal are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the view of the BMA.
At BMJ, we embrace a values-driven culture of high performance through recognition, development, equality, and the diversity and inclusivity of our people.